This message is dated Monday 24th September 2018 for Maidenhead.
22/9 Saturday 3.25 a.m. Pub window as well as a car window smashed.
21/9 - 22/9 Friday 2.30 a.m. / Saturday 3 a.m. All Saints Avenue. Aggrieved’s rear gate damaged.
21/9 Friday 3.45 p.m. / 4.45 p.m. High Street. Chained up bike stolen. A blue, Carrera Axle, man’s, mountain bike - WITH FRAME NUMBER.
RIVERSIDE & BELMONT:
NO CRIME TO REPORT.
BISHAM, COOKHAM, HURLEY, THE WALTHAMS, LITTLEWICK GREEN & KNOWL HILL:
21/9 - 23/9 Friday 5 p.m. / Sunday 7.15 a.m. Car Park, The Pound. Car rear windscreen smashed and it appears that the wing mirrors have been kicked in.
PINKNEYS GREEN & FURZE PLATT:
22/9 Saturday 4 p.m. Clarefield Drive. House under renovation. The aggrieved received a call from a neighbour, to say they could see a red van parked inside the property. Two men, wearing yellow Hi Viz jackets, looked like they were piling large amounts of lead flashing, into the van. They were challenged and made off at speed. Later after a decamp, the van was recovered in Seymour Road.
20/9 - 22/9 Thursday 5 p.m. / Saturday 5.45 p.m. Beech Close. White Ford Transit index KJ ** XUT stolen from the roadside with tools inside.
BOYN HILL, COX GREEN & WOODLANDS PARK:
23/9 Sunday 6.05 p.m. Vanwall Road. Burglary. The owners alarm system has been triggered and the alarm monitoring company, has called the police and sent them the footage of a man at the rear of the property, trying to break in, via a fire door. That was unsuccessful, so he moved to a storage container, where he forced off the lock. The offender is then seen to walk away, carrying 2 white boxes. An area search was carried out using the tracker dog, which traced the scent to a nearby car park. Toys stolen.
22/9 0.25 a.m. Telephone box, Bath Road. 4 lads were disturbed spray painting a telephone box. They were challenged and immediately made off.
21/9 - 22/9 Friday 11.30 a.m. / Saturday 10 a.m. Wiper blades stolen from a car.
OLDFIELD & BRAY:
NO CRIME TO REPORT.
I am afraid the PEC are slow to answer at the moment - hence my recommendation that you let us know using the online reporting system:
FIRST - THE HMRC SCAM:
I'm another who received the scam HMRC call, though the first part was missing as our recording system was playing the absentee message. Identical wording except warrant number WC4548 and phone number 020 8144 5020, which tallied with the number which had come up on Caller Display. Needless to add that the message was ignored.
Re unwanted phone calls, unfortunately most miscreants use a different number each time, so blocking a number is usually pointless.
This scam is still with us in force, please spread the message about HMRC.
Eyes and ears.....................and brain
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